Martin St. Louis wins his second Art Ross Trophy as the leading scorer in the NHL and becomes the oldest scoring champion. He finished the season with 60 points, three more than teammate Steven Stamkos at 37 years of age. He is one of the most humble players in the NHL and would “trade that for a chance to play in the playoffs any day,” said St. Louis. ”You try to finish strong and play the right way. It’s something nobody can take away from you. I’m proud. I’m very excited about it. I’m not going to pretend I’m not.”
Martin St. Louis is 5’7 and undrafted. Critics have always pinpointed Marty as being too small to compete in the NHL and they didn’t believe he would ever make it. After winning a Stanley Cup in 2004 and receiving his second Art Ross Trophy at the end of the Lightning’s 2013 season, I think its safe to say he is a walking idol of what Proving People Wrong is all about.